Brigadier General Neville Bowles Chamberlain

Chamberlain was promoted to lieutenat-colonel in 1854 when he was given the command of the Punjab Frontier Force with the rank of brigadier-general. He commanded several expeditions against the frontier tribes. In the Indian Mutiny he succeeded Colonel Chester as adjutant-general of the Indian army where he distinguished himself at the Siege of Delhi where he was severely wounded.

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